• Self Servicing Portal for Australian Job Seekers

  • Create Resumes and Cover Letters using online tools. Send them to your provider for comments and advice.

  • Report your job searching activity or work hours to your provider.

  • Access major job search sites in one place. Links directly to company career pages.

  • Watch videos to help you prepare for interviews and other work readiness strategies

  • Over 100 Videos to assist you..

  • Links to Community and Support Services.

  • Employers can post a vacancy on the e-employment job board, for FREE.

the main features

Job Seekers

Take control of your job searching activity. Over 800 links to sites and services to overcome barriers and find employment. Report your activity to your provider. Write resumes, practice interview skills.

Providers

This resource puts the information your staff require at their fingertips therefore increasing productivity. Your staff can work closer with job seekers who can report their activity to your E.C..

Employers

Advertise your vacancies for FREE on, e-employment job board. Be assured it is being viewed by Job Seekers who want to work. Contact us for information about subsidies available to you.

The owners of this website would like to thank Dr Karel deLaat for his permission
to publish his podcasts and Business Tips to help Australian Job Seekers achieve their goals.

Dr Karel deLaat - Organisational Psycologist

Karel de Laat, CSC, RFD
BA, Dip Psych (UQ), M Litt.(UNE) PhD (UNSW)
Karel de Laat has been dedicated to organization and career development throughout his lengthy career in Organizational Psychology.
Since founding de Laat & Co in 1983, Karel's strategy has always been one of developing and recognizing the individual within the organization structure and making the return on investment for the organization and the individual totally rewarding.


hints for personal success


business tips

Older Workers

Legislation has been introduced to prevent discrimination in employment on a range of characteristics.
One of the most significant of these is age.

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Bad Tourism Merchandising

In travelling to a function, I experienced a not-so- joyous taxi cab ride through a city area. The cab itself had set the mood because it was dirty, smelly and in a very poor state of repair. Pieces were falling off the seat, the speaker from the radio was hanging out.

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Beware Of Subliminal Messages

Many organisations have been putting together fairly complex and expensive promotional material, but failing to achieve their goals. Several reasons why became abundantly clear to me recently after receiving a follow up call to a promotional newsletter from a marketing organisation..

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Baseball Bat Management

With all the advances in human resource management and constant discussion about new techniques, one does not expect to hear stories about large companies treating their employees poorly..

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Are They Motivated To Manage?

Many years ago I conducted an exercise with seventeen managers and gave them a special test that I used to assess how motivated they were towards a management career as opposed to continuing to specialise in operations.

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Career Change Dilemma

A colleague, whom I had not seen for many years, was speaking about the difficulty of changing careers when a fair degree of progress had already been made in one area. This is not an uncommon dilemma.

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